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Hearing Tests

Comprehensive evaluation services ranging from pass/fail screenings through to specialized testing for non-responsive patients, auditory processing, tinnitus and more.

Hearing Aid Sales

We sell hearing aids from all major manufacturers and offer devices at a wide range of prices to ensure that we are fitting the device to you, rather than fitting you to the device.

Hearing Aid Care

Regardless of the make and model of your hearing aid or related device, we can assist you with it’s care and maintenance – even if you didn’t purchased it from us.

Additional Tools

Assistive listening devices to such as alerting devices, signalers, specialized telephones, and systems for watching TV. Hearing protection. Aural rehabilitation.

WELCOME TO ALL GENERATIONS AUDIOLOGY

MEET OUR OWNER
DR. DIANA ESHLEMAN, AUD

Dr. Diana Eshleman founded All Generations Audiology in Mooresville, NC in 2016. She is Board Certified by the American Board of Audiology and is a CAOHC certified Professional Supervisor of the Audiometric Monitoring Program.

Dr. Eshleman provides diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss and balance disorders for patients of all ages, from newborns to geriatrics. This includes hearing, tinnitus and auditory processing evaluations as well as amplification devices. She enjoys helping patients of all ages to hear their best.

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A WIDE RANGE OF
AUDIOLOGY SERVICES FOR ALL AGES

All Generations Audiology, PLLC is located in Mooresville, NC and is a full-service audiology practice offering comprehensive pediatric and adult diagnostic audiology and treatment services.

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We’re excited to announce the launch of our new All Generations Audiology online store! Now you can shop for all of your hearing aids, supplies and accessories from the comfort and safety of your own home.

Shop securely online and your order will be quickly shipped for FREE right to your front door!

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How to protect your hearing this Fourth of JulyContributed by Joy Victory, managing editor, Healthy HearingLast updated June 29, 2021In 2020, as more people stayed at home due to covid, fireworks sales—and injuries—set records, reports the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. This year, with the pandemic waning, people are more likely to venture out to city displays of fireworks, possbily reducing sales of home fireworks (and resulting injuries).Fireworks, even simple sparklers, are well-known among emergency physicians as a major cause of painful injuries to the hands, arms and face. But whether you are watching a professional show or have purchased your own fireworks, hearing loss is also a real risk. And this kind of hearing is permanent.Why are fireworks so loud?It all comes down to the chemical reaction that happens after the fuse is lit. The burning gunpowder releases hot gas that expands rapidly; when the gas expands to the point that it runs out of room within the firework, the resulting explosion causes a blast wave.The vibrations from that blast wave have the potential to cause permanent damage to the delicate hair cells of the inner ear.Yes, they're exciting, but the problem is the excitement is often measured by the “loudness factor." For some people, the louder the better. And those loud explosions have the potential to reach levels between 150 and 175 decibels at close range.When it comes to fireworks, the World Health Organization recommends the maximum safe decibel level for adults is 140 decibels, and for children only 120 decibels. Fireworks often range right between a shotgun blast and a jet engine taking off:Click on the link below for more information:www.healthyhearing.com/report/52478-How-to-protect-your-hearing-this-fourth-of-july ... See MoreSee Less

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Lost your hearing aid? Here's what to do ASAPLost your hearing aid? It happens more often than you might think. Hearing aids are tiny and can be so comfortable you may not even notice right away if one falls out.According to ESCO, a hearing aid warranty company, some of the top reasons people lose their hearing aids are from simply misplacing them around the house, or they fall out while traveling. But that was before the COVID-19 pandemic. In the past couple of years, face masks have become a major culprit for why people lose hearing aids. When people take off a face mask, the hearing aid may inadvertently get removed, too."Each of those lost hearing aids was someone’s way of communicating with family, friends, and loved ones," during a difficult time, notes Patrick Miller, marketing manager for ESCO, in a blog post on the spike in hearing aid losses during the pandemic.Lost a hearing aid? Here's what to do firstIf you have a modern hearing aid, your hearing aid may come with a hearing aid app that has a "find my hearing aid" feature. This can be invaluable and should be the first thing you do if a quick search of your immediate surroundings comes up short.Hearing aid trackers for smartphone appsIf you have a hearing aid app, check to see if it has a "find my hearing aid" function. Contributed by Joy Victory, managing editor, Healthy HearingDecember 13, 2021For full article, go to this link: www.healthyhearing.com/report/53269-Lost-hearing-aid-hearing-aid-tracker-apps?utm_source=Healthy+... ... See MoreSee Less

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IPhone App for Hearing AidsiOS 15.4 Update May Necessitate Re-Pairing of Bluetooth Hearing Aids to AppsAfter updating their iPhones to iOS 15.4, some users of Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids—including many or most of the global brands of hearing aids—may experience problems pairing the devices to their apps, according to several updates from manufacturers and online posts from hearing care professionals. Hearing Review has seen online comments from professionals and technical updates that involve (at least) Phonak, Starkey, and Oticon hearing aids, and it would appear the issue originates with Apple. As noted by ReSound, “Initial investigations indicate that the update breaks the established connection between the phone and the app, resulting in a black screen and prompts the user to pair the hearing aids again.”The company goes on to recommend:1) Un-pair the hearing aids in IOS settings with the app running in the background.2) Re-pair your hearing aids with the app still running in the background.3) Go back to the app and complete the pairing flow as prompted.Below link is for the full article:hearingreview.com/hearing-products/hearing-aids/apps/ios-15-4-update-may-necessitate-re-pairing-b... ... See MoreSee Less

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DRIVE THRU AND TELEHEALTH VISITS

We are excited to announce two new services available to our patients: Drive-Thru and Telehealth virtual appointments.

Our Drive Thru teller window at our office located at 621 East Center Ave. in Mooresville, NC is open by appointment. You can receive supplies, batteries and even certain appointment types from the comfort and safety of your vehicle.

Our convenient Telehealth computer system will enable us to perform certain appointment types online without you having to visit the office. You can talk to your Doctor in person – all from the comfort of your home!

Both of these new appointment avenues can be scheduled through your Patient Portal or by telephone at (704) 799-7925.

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